Jason A. Reese
Email: [email protected]
U.S. District Courts for the Western, Northern, and Eastern Districts of Oklahoma
Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals
J. D., University of Oklahoma College of Law, 2004
B.A. in Letters, University of Oklahoma, 2001
Jason A. Reese
Jason Reese is an experienced litigator and advisor to businesses seeking to avoid litigation. His practice is centered on the employment relationship. From discrimination litigation and workers’ compensation proceedings to employment dishonesty provisions of financial institution bonds, Jason primarily defends the interests of employers. Jason has not only successfully litigated cases to a conclusion in numerous courts and administrative agencies, but also has assisted his clients in solving problems outside of the courthouse, whether by carefully crafting policies and procedures or through prompt action before litigation is filed.
With a breadth of experience, Jason has been able to provide services to his clients in varied situations. He has represented employers in mediations from Oklahoma to Alberta and has gained victories for his clients in both the Oklahoma Supreme Court and the Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals.
Jason’s diligence and commitment to excellence has been recognized by SuperLawyers, which has named him a Rising Star in Labor and Employment Law each year from 2011 through 2018. The Journal Record named Jason one of its “40 Under 40” honorees in 2018. Since 2016, Jason has served as a Merit Protection Commissioner, hearing appeals and overseeing the regulation of state employees.
Jason is a frequent lecturer both for CLEs benefiting attorneys and related continuing education programs for HR professionals. Recent lectures by Jason include:
- Changes in Oklahoma Workers Compensation Law following the Administrative Workers Compensation Act
- Managing Leave of Absence Issues
- Putting in Place Document Retention Programs
Merit Protection Commissioner: Gubernatorial Appointee, 2016 - present
Oklahoma Bar Association (Labor & Employment Section)
Federalist Society (past President, OKC Lawyers Chapter)